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How about making self serve gas pumps illegal to create jobs?

New Jersey and Oregon ban self serve gas pumps and stations hire attendants to pump gas.A law to ban self serve nationwide could create jobs.Federal highway funds could be reduced to states that did not agree.The Federal government controls the speed limit this way.People already have the training from self service. Attendants could check tires for proper inflation to save oil.I remember when full serve gas was available next to self serve and the price was ten cents more per gallon.People drive off without paying and do not follow the rules like no smoking.Gas stations in Florida are required to have emergency power for the pumps.

Asked By: hollow choco prius - 8/24/2011
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An economist named Bastiat once said we must look at the effects that are seen, but also those unseen... More
Answered By: Jordan - 8/24/2011
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Full service stations always charged more too. That's all we need right now
Answered By: team - 8/24/2011
 
get out there and start pumping then.
Answered By: Bob - 8/24/2011
 
wow. you should be president. and then we should make it illegal for people to open their own doors. everyone should have to have a door man. employment would shoot right up.
Answered By: Professor Mcduck - 8/24/2011
 
Why in the world would I, or should I, be forced to pay someone else for something I can do myself? That's just stupid! FL: I'll bet that has something do with the hurricanes.
Answered By: nick - 8/24/2011
 
How is CREATING a job gonna help the economy? where will the money come from to pay for that new job? Does that mean If we get the government to say "Wal-mart make 500 jobs at every store, it will solve our economy do it or else" it will fix everything? And how can the government help anyway? they can't seem to control... More
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